Veteran receives indispensable skills while serving in Navy


RR Donnelley employee Todd Bone credits the training and experience he received in the Navy as having prepared him for civilian employment.

RR Donnelley employee Todd Bone credits the training and experience he received in the Navy as having prepared him for civilian employment.

For decades, the military has served as a training platform, providing many young persons with invaluable perspective and direction after leaving high school.

And in the case of Todd Bone — a local veteran and RR Donnelley employee — a stint in the U.S. Navy conferred upon him a set of skills that has helped to ensure success in his employment outside of the Armed Forces.

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No stranger to the military lifestyle, Bone’s father served in the Navy, which required the family to move regularly in pursuit of his duty assignments.

“Growing up, I always knew ....

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